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, like let's say nelson cruz of the texas rangers, who leads them in rbis and is expected to be suspended tomorrow, as well, any player could appeal and remain on the field pending the outcome of the appeal if they're just suspended under the drug agreement. but if you're suspended under the best interests of baseball clause, you can still appeal but you're off the field and cannot play while that appeal is being adjudicated. and baseball apparently wants to make sure that a-rod doesn't play until this thing is completely settled. >> the cover of "sports illustrated" this week, as people have read it, the last days of a-rod. i wanted to talk about this not just as a lifelong baseball fan, but this is an american institution dealing with cynicism, dealing with a sense of loss in terms of trust of heroes for young people, and yet as i've talked to you about it this week, you've been struck by the culture among the players and how that has changed that has led to discussion of a lifetime ban by baseball, which is so significant. >> yeah. this is a positive -- in my view, this is a positive t
, shoring up support among hispanics, african-americans, even as he was seeking re-election in texas in '98, trying to get the broader appeal for the party. it worked for him in 2000. >> this debate with rand paul i think is a little sterile, because you have the rand paul camp saying the party needs principles. well, of course it does, because any party without principles is rudderless and passive. and you have chris christie saying you need power and a compelling governing agenda. well, of course you do because that's the only way you effect your principles. so it's not either/or. it's both. i think what christie is after is the george w. bush model saying this is a model for the presidential race and what he would hope to do is cement that establishment slot in the primary and hope he's facing a divided field on the right. and if history is any guide, that's a pretty good way to win a republican no, ma'am nation. >> robert gibbs? >> and the peatwathway may have gotten a little clearer, because the rnc did a very savvy thing this week, right? first of all, they're working the reps on thes
to texas twice, arizona. >> it's amazing. >> it didn't go one trip. >> how did that work out for you? >> it didn't work too well. the first night i was down there, it's two hours away from my wife's folks, it didn't make it. i woke up you know after an hour, two hours, three hours, finally 5:00 in the morning i got up drove back up to where we live, grabbed the pillow. >> ah, there you go. [audience clapping] >> the second night i had a good nights sleep. >> right that's awesome. >> and then my wife she'd like to thank you because i don't snore. >> wow that's awesome. you're back in the same bedroom. [audience clapping] >> that's right. >> you know that just goes to show you someone your size how it helps. we help everybody from the smallest person to the biggest you know. and that's an awesome story. >> and we're going to see you again at the state fair this year? >> yes you are. i'll be there self. >> thanks. >> thank you. [audience clapping] >> andy was so enthusiastic about sharing his story, and being here today, so i can see why. thank you andy. and next we have jennifer. i'm v
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